Juno Spacecraft Gets Closeup Of Jupiter's Red Spot

Credit: Juno: NASA
NASA’s Juno mission spacecraft carried out the closest approach ever to Jupiter’s turbulent Great Red Spot late July 10 during the solar-powered probe’s sixth science flyover of the Solar System’s largest planet. The close-up encounter occurred at 10:07 p.m. EDT, as Juno swept 5,600 mi. over the 10...

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